South Carolina Cremation Society is here to help you. During difficult times, you turn to people you trust. With years of expertise and a caring spirit, our local leaders are here to serve you when you need them the most. This section contains some useful information and resources to help you through these trying times.
THE CREMATION PROCESS
South Carolina Cremation Society is your trusted partner in fulfilling final wishes for you or your loved one. We know this is a stressful time, but read on to learn more about how we’ve worked hard to make the difficult easier.
What would your family do if you unfortunately died while on a trip? The financial and logistical difficulties could be staggering and basic health insurance plans, or even Medicaid, do not offer this coverage.
Our Veterans deserve the best expression of our gratitude. At South Carolina Cremation Society, we’re here to help provide a fitting tribute to those who sacrificed so much for our freedom. Their service made a difference to our country, so we know how important it is to celebrate their life and accomplishments in a memorable and honorable way.
TIPS FOR PLANNING A MEMORIAL
Families often wonder how they can plan a memorial service for their loved one without the formality and financial obligations of a complete funeral service. There are many ways to plan the perfect celebration that remembers and celebrates your loved one’s life.
Browse through our vast selection of Funeral Merchandise. From caskets and urns, to keepsakes and jewelry, we give you the ability to browse online, from the comfort of your own home.
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We know that the ultimate goal of hospice care is to provide a critical element in the continuum of care which enhances the patient’s quality of life in their last days, and provides comfort for their family. Hospice care provides these through a number of different services - supplying medical care and equipment, managing pain, providing psychological, emotional and spiritual support, and managing the practical details, options and emotional challenges of caring for a loved one. Most hospices require that patients who come into their care also have a plan for what happens after a death occurs. South Carolina Cremation & Burial Society provides that plan, and will be ready to assist the family at the appropriate time.
For more information, contact South Carolina Cremation Society at 855.752.7828.
Planning your arrangements online with South Carolina Cremation Society ensures that your final wishes will be carried out…your way. You’ll be in control every step of the process.
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